Parents, 2 others arrested after police find taken 2-month-old baby

2-month-old Cobain Reidmiller has been found safe. Police took four into custody. (WKRC)

WESTWOOD, Ohio (WKRC) - Police say an infant taken by his parents has been found safe. Harrison Police say Kelly Schmid and Clint Reidmiller do not have custody of 2-month-old Cobain Reidmiller.

Police were concerned because Schmid has a drug history and Reidmiller has been known to be violent. Schmid had lost custody of the boy because of her drug use. The boy's great-grandmother, Schmid's grandmother, received custody of him.

Police said Schmid and Reidmiller took Cobain from his great-grandmother's house on North Hill Street Wednesday afternoon while she was at work. A 36-hour search ensued.

The couple was taken into custody after being found at a residence on Cheviot Avenue near Montana Avenue in Westwood after police received a tip. Two others were also arrested. Crystal McDaniel and Randall Burton are charged with obstruction for harboring a fugitive.

Police said this started because Cobain was going to be placed in foster care. Jobs and Family Services was set to take him Wednesday evening.

Cobain is now in custody of Job and Family Services. His great-grandmother is not facing any charges.

Harrison Police say tracking down Cobain and his parents was a joint effort with Cheviot Police, Cincinnati Police and Hamilton County.

All four people arrested Friday are set to be arraigned Saturday morning.

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